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Sorry. Need again: how do I change my password?


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Please te me how I change my G2g password?


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http://www.geekstogo...core&area=email


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Doc: Thank you once again. I successfully get a new pw from GtG and can successfully log in with it. But when I go to the site you posted to change the pw to something I can rememeber I repeatedly get rejected, with the message "Your password is not correct." -- the same password that was sent me  and the one that I used successfully to log in.

 

I am baffled. Maybe you can spot what is wrong here?

 

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No, no one other than yourself can see your password. The password the GeeksToGo server emails to you is concocted by the software and must be changed the next time you log in. In other words they are trying hard to keep anyone other than yourself from knowing your GeeksToGo login password.

 

If you cannot login, click the Forgot Password (or similar) link and the software will send you another temporary password. Highlight that password in the email and then paste it in when prompted for it back here on GeeksToGo. Now you can type in a password of your liking, twice (confirmation), and you should be good to go.


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Doc: Thanks for the explanation. I am now all settled in. .... batpark


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Cool beans! :spoton:


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